STEM Pathways — a Boston University/MIT outreach program for synthetic biology — will host its annual Mini-Jamboree on Saturday, February 17 , 9:30AM-4PM on the BU campus, to expose high school and undergraduate students — particularly those from underrepresented communities — to synthetic biology, international competition, and recruiters for next season’s Boston University & MIT iGEM teams. Registration is free, required, and a few places remain open for high-school and undergraduate students as well as educators, representatives of companies and organizations, and volunteers. High-school students must be accompanied by an adult (parent, teacher, chaperone). Read about the 2017 mini-Jamboree.
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